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Stainless Steel Etching Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of stainless steel etching companies and suppliers. Find stainless steel etching companies that can provide stainless steel etching services to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top stainless steel etching companies with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the stainless steel etching companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for acid etched stainless steel, reactive ion etching stainless steel, or chemical etching stainless steels of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Maple Grove, MN

    We use a state of the art stainless steel etching process. We have the capability to etch stainless steel components that are as thin as 10% of a human hair or approximately 0.0003 inches thick. We are also capable of etching stainless steel as thick as 0.060 inches. Our stainless steel etching provides a cost effective process to produce even the most intricate parts. Get in touch with our customer service department today for more information!

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  • Plymouth, MA

    If you are looking for stainless steel etching then you have come to the right place. Our reliable products are designed with your needs in mind and we offer unsurpassed customer service. We put a high priority on quality which is why we are ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100:2009 REV C certified. You will not be upset with the products you receive. Please give us a call today!

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  • El Monte, CA

    Our stainless steel etching cannot be topped! We are committed to providing the highest levels of customer service that is offered in the industry in order to keep you coming back to us for all of your metal etching needs. Our products have been used in industries such as filtration, electronic, medical, defense and many more. For more information on how we may be able to assist you, get in touch with us today via phone or email!

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  • Bedford, VA

    Welcome to Focused Beam, a marking shop filled to the brim with experience the industrial engraving applications for you. Typical turn-around time is 24 hours and our goal is to exceed our customer’s expectations. Engraving in materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, wood, brass, plated metals and others are among our products. We also do custom engraving as well. Visit our website today.

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  • Arlington Heights, IL

    Are you an American company that needs stainless steel etching services done in the United States by another American company? Then you have come to the right place, ID3, Inc. is committed to keeping our hard earned dollars here. We promise to provide our customers with the best possible product on the market and superior customer service. Call us or visit our website today for more information.

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Steel Etching Across Industries

Only a few metals are even comparable in to steel in their usefulness in the industrial fields. Steel is used in a variety of instances including the machines that produce high amounts of products to a vast variety of steel products themselves. Circuit boards, medical tools, household decorations and brake rotors are specific examples across a range of industries. Stainless steel is one of the most popular forms of steel because of its corrosion resistance, enduring strength and plentiful availability. The versatility of stainless steel makes it an obvious choice... Read More

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Advances in Etching Metal

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Stainless Steel and Stainless Steel Etching

Stainless steel is an immensely important metal that can be used in a wide range of industries. This is because of the abundance in which it can be found, its corrosion resistance, and it hygienic qualities. In addition to these advantages, the metal is also completely recyclable, allowing it to be melted down and reused time and time again. Stainless steel can be used in a variety of shapes and thicknesses, but for stainless steel etching, it is more often limited to steel plates, foils and parts. Stainless steel is... Read More

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Stainless Steel Etching

Stainless steel etching as a manufacturing process is becoming more popular because of the corrosion resistance properties of stainless steel and its wide availability. Etching is the method of imprinting, scratching or otherwise forming grooves and fine lines on the surface of a material using machines with either CAD or CNC technology, hand-etching tools or the process of chemical and acid etching.

Etching can be used to serve many different purposes including: decorative work on jewelry, firearms and musical instruments, text and basic designs on plaques, medals and trophies, or for industrial purposes such as electric circuit boards, brake rotors and fuel cell plates. Furthermore, the medical field makes wide use of etched stainless steel, and intricate components and precision parts can be fabricated using stainless steel etching. This special alloy is not only corrosion resistant and low maintenance, but it is also fully recyclable. The designs and uses are virtually endless and the ability to etch the surface of the product according to a custom design or pattern further adds to its usefulness. Stainless steel etching may be applied to a variety of shapes and thicknesses of stainless steel plates, foils and parts.

Stainless steel etching using chemical milling or acid etching is a popular alternative to other forms of metal fabrication such as stamping, laser marking or water-jet cutting, as it uses minimal mechanical processes and it cost-effective. Parts are able to be fully processed in a shorter turnaround time than other procedures, and often do not require secondary finishing. In the chemical machining process, the surface of the metal part or sheet is covered with a masking layer – either of tape, wax resistant coating, epoxy or elastomer, or a photoresist – and using a scribe and peel method, or in the case of a photoresist, targeted UV light, the desired design or image is applied to the masking layer. The chemical or reagent is then applied to the metal part, and the exposed areas are corroded or removed. In the case of stainless steel, ferric chloride is the acid most commonly used for etching purposes. When the desired depth of etching or engraving has been achieved, the acid is stripped from the part, and the masking layer removed to reveal the etching. Milling and grinding machines are also used to achieve certain etching finishes on stainless steel, especially on stainless steel sheeting used for larger decorative purposes and a wide range of options are available with these methods.



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